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When it comes to pet adoption, many people prefer private breeders because they are unable to find a reliable shelter in Fairhope. You may also visit local shelters in Fairhope and adopt the pet that you like. It will not only cost you less but it will also help save an innocent life.
Thousands of pets are abandoned by owners every year. These pets end up on roads where they get in accidents or catch diseases. Many of these pets die from starvation, waiting for someone to show mercy. The pets that are found on roads are rescued by animal shelters, which are then put up for adoption.
By adopting one of the pets from a shelter in Fairhope, you will help make space for more abandoned pets in the shelters. You will also give a new life to a pet that could’ve been euthanized.
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The Baldwin County Humane Society (BARC!) is a no-kill adoption agency (rather than a shelter). We are a 501(c)3 not-for-profit established in 1979; we were the first and remain the only county-wide animal welfare agency. Our goal is to eliminate the number of abused and abandoned pets through spay/neuter, education, rescue and adoption.
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The Fairhope Cat Coalition has its beginning with concerned citizens feeding cats and kittens that were abandoned in several public areas in Fairhope. In the year 2000, several citizens began to formalize the feeding program to ensure the cats were feed on a regular basis. In conjunction with the Baldwin County Humane Society and local area veterinarians, the group began a program to humanely
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The Haven is a no-kill animal shelter that has been recoginzed for having one of the highest save rates in the state of Alabama. Because of this, many people want to bring their pets to us that they can no longer keep or strays they have found to us as an alternative to bringing them to an open admission animal control shelter. The Haven would love to be able to help every animal, but we must